There is still chance for preserving the Iran nuclear deal which is the outcome of several years of negotiations, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in an interview with the Argentine newspaper Clarin.
Iran signed a preliminary deal for a consortium of international companies to develop an oilfield, the first such contract since Washington withdrew from a nuclear agreement and said it would reinstate sanctions on Tehran.
European Council President Donald Tusk has lashed out at US President Donald Trump for his recent “capricious” decisions, including on the Iran nuclear deal, saying with friends like Washington, Europe does not need enemies.
The Iranian press and people from all political leanings have lashed out alike at the United States over its withdrawal from the multilateral nuclear deal with the Islamic Republic, while a student rally has been planned in the capital to condemn the move.
France has hailed the Iran nuclear deal as a source of stability in the volatile Middle East region, just hours before Washington’s announcement on whether or not it will keep its side of the multilateral accord.